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File:John Mason Neale.jpg|thumb|right|John Mason Neale, one of the founders of the society The '''Cambridge Camden Society''', known from 1845 (when it moved to London) as the '''Ecclesiological Society''',[http://www.ecclsoc.org/history.html History of the Society], [http://www.ecclsoc.org/ Ecclesiological Society]. was a learned architectural society founded in 1839 by undergraduate students at University of Cambridge|Cambridge University to promote "the study of Gothic (architecture)|Gothic Architecture, and of Ecclesiastical Antiques." Its activities would come to include publishing a monthly journal, ''The Ecclesiologist'', advising church builders on their blueprints, and advocating a return to a medieval style of church architecture in England. At its peak influence in the 1840s, the society counted over 700 members in its ranks, including bishops of the Church of England, deans at...
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